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  • Today's Automated Cities Raise Ethics and Privacy Issues

    While urban automation delivers many benefits, its various forms raise issues of access, privacy, safety, trust, and discrimination. These issues raise ethical questions should be addressed in its design and deployment.

    While urban automation delivers many benefits, its various forms raise issues of access, privacy, safety, trust, and discrimination. These issues raise ethical questions that should be addressed in its design and deployment.

  • College of Design Diversity and Inclusion Council Starts Diversity Conversation

    The College of Design Diversity and Inclusion Council seeks to foster open dialogue within the College. This fall, the Council invited a panel to share their experiences and start a conversation. The panel also answered questions submitted later.

    The College of Design Diversity and Inclusion Council seeks to foster open dialogue within the College. This fall, the Council invited a panel to share their experiences and start a conversation. The panel also answered questions submitted later.

  • Helping Residents in the Global South Rebuild and Strengthen Their Communities

    Faculty in the College of Design are working with residents in India, Africa, and Latin America, on multiple concerns, including strengthening climate change resilience, and designing and building community centers.

    Faculty in the College of Design are working with residents in India, Africa, and Latin America, on multiple concerns, including strengthening climate change resilience, and designing and building community centers.

  • Fifteen graduate students and eight faculty to present at ACSP Conference

    The 2018 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) Conference will take place this week in Buffalo, NY.

    The 2018 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) Conference will take place this week in Buffalo, NY.